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 Post subject: Project Treefingers - NEXT PROJECT (See Thread for Deetz)
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You have five days to post your 2013 and 1990s lists in their appropriate threads. The deadline is April 9th.

So the next list. What is it? Tell me your thoughts. Tell me your deepest secrets. What do you wanna do? I'm throwing in my vote for a 1969 list.

1969 - Joe C
Female Vocalists - Dreww
Number 1 Billboard Singles - Ryan
1980s - Tiny Tim
2012 - Rudy Rules


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 Post subject: Re: Project Treefingers - NEXT PROJECT (See Thread for Deetz
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^ that might be too broad


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Billboard Hot 100 #1 singles.


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Dreww wrote:
what do you want to get into?

It was a pun & it deserves to be ignored

I want to do 2012, I only have a full list for a year two years after


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Dreww wrote:
female vocalists


Actually it does sound like a good idea. What are limitations though? Does song have to feature only female lead vocals or background vocals and male/female duets work too?


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The 60s


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Did we ever finish the hip hop list? I've got a list for that ready to go. I'd like some new listening, though.


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1969 would be a lot of fun, although I think very few of us could come up with 50 albums for that year that we actually know (as opposed to filling up the bottom of the list with albums that we've heard once or twice or where we know a couple of the songs). I'd be happy with 80s or female vocalists, too. Not sure I like the Billboard number ones idea because there's such a limited number of possibilities. That seems more suited to some kind of tournament.


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I think there have been over 900 Billboard number ones so I don't really see how it is that limited. There is a plenty of stuff to choose from. Obviously other options suggest us a lot more to choose from but I feel at least top 50 would be manageable.


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Albums lists are way better than singles lists for discovering new stuff anyway.


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Brett Alan wrote:
1969 would be a lot of fun, although I think very few of us could come up with 50 albums for that year that we actually know (as opposed to filling up the bottom of the list with albums that we've heard once or twice or where we know a couple of the songs). I'd be happy with 80s or female vocalists, too. Not sure I like the Billboard number ones idea because there's such a limited number of possibilities. That seems more suited to some kind of tournament.


I could probably expand it to the entire '60s if it would make it easier. I'd give a long while before the lists are due (probably October-ish) because the '60s are so vast it is kind of humbling as someone who grew up thinking there was a musical explosion in the 2000s.


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joe c wrote:
Brett Alan wrote:
1969 would be a lot of fun, although I think very few of us could come up with 50 albums for that year that we actually know (as opposed to filling up the bottom of the list with albums that we've heard once or twice or where we know a couple of the songs). I'd be happy with 80s or female vocalists, too. Not sure I like the Billboard number ones idea because there's such a limited number of possibilities. That seems more suited to some kind of tournament.


I could probably expand it to the entire '60s if it would make it easier. I'd give a long while before the lists are due (probably October-ish) because the '60s are so vast it is kind of humbling as someone who grew up thinking there was a musical explosion in the 2000s.


On the other hand, for the singles, I think just 1969 would be great. The sixties are so vast, I'd be leaving out tons of things I love to death. Maybe do 50 singles but just 20 albums or so?


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